Cherry Trees produce after 3 years of non-production
Date: Dec 2019-Feb 2020
Place: Valle de Jequetepeque, Peru
Agricola Cerro Prieto is a large plantation in Northern Peru. They grow avocados, blueberries, asparagus, and table grapes on over 17,500 hectares (43,750 acres). For the last 3 years, they have failed to grow high-value cherries.
After 26 days, the cherry trees were growing and showing signs of improvement. They dug up the soil near the trees and saw that the root volume of the Crop Booster trees were 50% more developed than the control trees.